Data from: Root community traits along a land use gradient: evidence of a community-level economics spectrum

Prieto I, Roumet C, Cardinael R, Dupraz C, Jourdan C, Kim JH, Maeght JL, Mao Z, Pierret A, Portillo N, Roupsard O, Thammahacksa C, Stokes A

Date Published: November 25, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q5bj6

 

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Description Mean values and standard error for the functional parameters analysed in this study. For trait abbreviations please refer to the original publication. Details on climate, site and land use type descriptions are given in the publication and in the supplementary material; n=3 for Dm, RDMC and SRL; n=4 for RNC, RCC, Soluble, Cellulose and Lignin
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Prieto I, Roumet C, Cardinael R, Dupraz C, Jourdan C, Kim JH, Maeght JL, Mao Z, Pierret A, Portillo N, Roupsard O, Thammahacksa C, Stokes A (2015) Root community traits along a land use gradient: evidence of a community-level economics spectrum. Journal of Ecology 103(2): 361-373. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12351

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Prieto I, Roumet C, Cardinael R, Dupraz C, Jourdan C, Kim JH, Maeght JL, Mao Z, Pierret A, Portillo N, Roupsard O, Thammahacksa C, Stokes A (2014) Data from: Root community traits along a land use gradient: evidence of a community-level economics spectrum. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q5bj6
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